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Obama Schedule || October 27, 2011

Updated 11:27 am

They raffled off the president, and tonight, the winners get their dinner.

9:30 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:30 am || Meets with Treasury Secretary Geithner
11:00 am || Meets with senior advisers
3:10 pm || Holds a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Petr Necas of the Czech Republic
5:05 pm || Greets city and municipal leaders from across the country; East Room
6:45 pm || Has dinner with winners of a campaign contest; local Washington restaurant

All times Eastern
Live Stream of Carney briefing at 12:30 pm

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25 Responses to Obama Schedule || October 27, 2011

  1. Are these the $5 losers marked down the the $3 bargain basement raffle
    winners? You can bet you won’t be getting any Wagu beef or any of MO’s
    faux organic vegetables. Sounds like take out from the Shake Shack for
    them or leftovers:)

  2. I am wondering if the WH catered the 6:45pm dinner with Paula Dean. She sure would whip up some good grub and totally tick off Moochie at the same time.

    By the way, where is Moochie?

  3. Moochelle is in Broward County, Florida today-asking for political donations for the agitator in chief…..google the SunSentinel Broward County for the scoop and don’t forget to read the comments at the end of the story.

    • It seems to me that for every article about the O’s, the comments are running at least 2 to 1 against them. Either we conservatives have finally decided to speak up or a huge shift is taking place. Love it!

      And yes, I agree, they always seem to move around at rush hour.

  4. I thought is quite amusing the wording of “bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Petr Necas of the Czech Republic.” Isn’t impossible to have a unilateral meeting?

  5. 6:45 pm || Has dinner with winners of a campaign contest; local Washington restaurant

    Pizza or hamburgers? You know it’s not going to be a high-end place.